NSPAC is a volunteer organization serving as a resource to parents and guardians of children in the Northborough/Southborough district with special needs and learning differences.
Our membership is open to parents and guardians of children who have Individualized Education Programs (IEPs), 504s or anyone interested in special education within the Northborough/ Southborough School District.
We work closely with the district administration and educators to identify areas of need and act in an advisory role to the school committee and the administration.
Why We Have a PAC
Special Education Parent Advisory Councils are state mandated advisory groups. Read the state regulations here.
What We Do
We are a positive and solution oriented group who play an integral role in the programs, research, and solutions that are provided to the children and families who benefit from differentiated learning.
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Deadline is May 9th.
Go the Distance Awards Night
Tuesday, May 24 - 6PM
Algonquin High School Cafeteria
(click to zoom)
The Most Common Cause of OCD and Anxiety that Your Pediatrician Has not Heard of…P.A.N.D.A.S
Presented by Kim Turgeon
Wednesday April 27, 2016 7:00-8:15PM
Northborough Public Library Northborough MA 01532
Parking off of Patty Lane
"Coffee and Connect"
January through June will be located
at the Northborough Library
These monthly sessions offered on the first Wednesday of the month are an opportunity for attendees to connect with others in the special education community. A specific topic of discussion is chosen by the participants of that session and time is also allocated for sharing and brainstorming on challenges and unmet needs.
Wed., May 4, 2016 10AM-12PM, Northborough Library
General Meeting and The Changing Landscape of Mental Health
discussion with Algonquin HS Adjustment Counselor, Deb Guterman and Kim Spiliakos, Peaslee School Psychologist. They will show some statistics from the Metrowest health survey, discuss what we are seeing in terms of mental health issues in our schools, and what we can do to foster resiliency in our children. They will also provide some available resources.
2015/2016 "Basic Rights "- Attorney Dan Perlman
Monthly Newsletters 2015-2016
Monthly Newsletters 2014-2015
Local Events Calendar
Past Events and Resources
Go the Distance Awards Recipients for the 2013-2014 School Year
High Quality Transition Assessments
April 10, 2014 Small Performance Theater (hallway H)
Turning 18 Checklist
Here's a handy chart to print and keep that explains how the
45 school day timeline for evaluations and production of IEPs/504s works.